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â Advantage - Superior Quality amp; Secure swivel eye bolt snap hooks are made of marine grade 316 stainless steel, corrosion resistant and very durable, can be used in seawater environments.
â Functional Hook Clip - This hook clip can be use as rope, leashes, straps, weld-less chain, small diameter cable, dog's collars, purse strap rings, keychains, etc. Great for marine, equestrian, sports, luggage and pets; indoor or outdoor use.
â Features - Rigid eye design ensures stability and strength, Spring-loaded bolts provide secure closure amp; easy-open thumb lever.
â Fair Use Is Important: Don't overload for your safety, working load limit 180kg/390lb.
â Notice: Not for mountaineering, rock climbing, ice climbing and high-altitude games for your safety.
Product Name: Marine Grade Clip Swivel Eye Bolt Snap Hooks Two kinds of packaging: 3 x Swivel Eye Bolt Snap/ 5 x Swivel Eye Bolt Snap
Features: â Marine grade 316 Stainless Steel, Corrosion resistant and very durable, High strength, good toughness â Base swivels 360Â° with moveable parts, Features rigid eye to ensure stability and strength â Widely used in keychains, pet leashes, tie-downs, lifting and securing cables wires, as well as outdoor activities and marine industries and so on
Specifications: â Material: 316 stainless steel â Color: Silver â Weight: 80mm-36g/ 90mm-45g/ 101mm-53g â 100% brand new and high quality
Guarantee: We not only provide you with quality products, but also provide you with better after-sales services. If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact us, thank you.
Caught Our Eye Posted by Keturah Hetrick on Monday, September 27, 2021
A former Navy secretary with deep ties to Australia's submarine-policy sphere is now representing the Australian government for work related to AUKUS, the new U.S.-U.K.-Australian security agreement that changes Australia's acquisition of nuclear-powered submarines.
Donald Winter, who served as secretary of the Navy under George W. Bush and Barack Obama, has newly disclosed his status as a foreign agent for the oceanic country. Winter is receiving $6,000 per day plus expenses to help the Australian prime minister's office to "engage with U.S. personnel to facilitate Australia's engagement with [the] U.S. and U.K. per [the] AUKUS agreement," according to a pair of recentJustice Department disclosures. Australia paid Winter another $10,125 last month for unspecified "technical advisory services," according to the filings.